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"It's who I am. It's what I do"
My name is Chris Hamburger and I've been sculpting since I was a kid. It's been a passion of mine which I've carried to my adulthood. It all started in my parents garage where I was making props for friends or others short films and it grew from there.
Truthfully, I was obsessed with robots and knew I wanted to make them for a living. Shows like Battlebots and Robotwars helped further fuel my desire for the mechanical. I loved designing anything that was a machine and originally went to college to become a mechanical engineer because of it. Soon after, I changed my major to sculpture realizing I would be able to further pursue the creative side of mechanical design through it.
I fell in love with the traditional art of hard-surface sculpting. Precision through clay is my favorite act to accomplish. Eventually, this led me to carry a job at a local effects shop making silicone masks; starting off as moldmaker while also sculpting for them. It was during this time that I began sculpting and selling my own resin masks. After working there for several years I decided to head out to the West coast to pursue my dream of working in Hollywood. Within a month of moving I was picked up as a sculptor and have have been blessed to work on projects such as Marvel's Infinity Wars, Aquaman, and the newest installment of the Hellboy movies. Working along side of industry professionals has taught me so much artistically as well as professionally and I still continue to learn and develop myself as an artist to this day.